Fake drama has contributed to a wrongful takeover. A scam entrapment addresses personal growth for you to embrace your shadow.

If you are reading this then this collective clearing session then this relates to you and is working with you to clear your entrapment to drama. A fake drama has monopolised your time, your energy and your focus and is now negatively impacting your life.

It is now time for you to look at where drama is invading your life and taking over, the impact this is having on you and your relationships and developing strategies to overcome your drama addiction.

STEP ONE: Identify the character your play in your drama?

When we engage in a drama we identify with a character. We play this role so convincingly that we forget that we are only actors and that the drama isn’t real. We juice up the story line and invest our headspace here.

When exploring how you engage with your drama is helpful to identify your character. There are three main characters that we tend to play in our own personal drama. The Martyr, the Warrior and the Victim. You may identify with one or all three.

Martyr: a person who voluntarily suffers and/or sacrifices something of great value for the sake of a principle.

Warrior: a person who is engaged or experienced in warfare. They show or has shown great vigor, courage, or aggressiveness. They fight to win.

Victim: someone that has been hurt, damaged, or killed or has suffered. They are powerless and helpless.

eg: I play the role of victim in my life because I feel powerless. I feel emotionally traumatized by events outside of my control.

STEP TWO: Identify the scene

In other words, what area of your life does this drama affect you?

Health, relationships, finances, work, home, family, friendship, lifestyle, community, service/volunteering, social life, love life, romance, children, education, security, travel, responsibilities, freedom, sexuality, boundaries, pleasure, creativity, spirituality, giving and receiving, wants and needs, hopes and dreams.

eg: I give more than I receive. I find it difficult to acknowledge my needs and I find it difficult sometimes to ask for what I want.

STEP THREE: Give your drama a title.

It is helpful to give your drama a title as it helps you to understand the drama that you are buying into.

eg: “Poor me”.

STEP FOUR: Rewrite your story and title, and create a character that serves your HIGHEST purpose.

Rewriting your story and changing the character you play to suit your HIGHEST purpose will not only benefit you but the lives of others.

eg: Drama title: I am the priority of my life

         Character: Empowered and loving creative

Scene: I am always able to identify and express my needs in a kind,  loving and respectful way.

These examples are generic and very simplistic, however when you add more detail, clarification and personification your shift will be more impacting.

STEP FIVE: Identify and implement strategies to support effective role changes.

Here are some examples of strategies that may be helpful to you.